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BASIC DEFINITIONS AND INTRODUCTION
CONSERVATION OF MATTER
NATURE OF FORCES IN A FLUID FIELD
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acceleration applied assumed axis Bernoulli's equation body forces boundary conditions boundary layer Calculate coefficient conservation of matter considered constitutive equations continuity equation control surface control volume cylinder derivative diameter differential equation dimensional constants dimensions direction energy equation entropy equations of motion Example exit flow field flow rate fluid flow fluid mechanics fluid particle forces acting ft/sec grad incompressible fluid indicated integral irrotational isentropic laminar flow lby/in linear momentum Mach number mass flow Navier-Stokes equations Newtonian fluid no-slip condition normal stress nozzle Obtain an expression pathline perfect gas pipe plate pressure gradient Prob problem referred relation result Reynolds number scalar shear stress shown in Fig Solution space-average velocity stagnation points stream function streamlines Substituting surface forces temperature theorem turbulent flow two-dimensional variables velocity components velocity field velocity potential velocity profile viscosity wall yields zero